Is SurveyMonster.net a scam? If so, are there any legitimate ways to make money at home?
The trick to earn a lot of money with paid surveys is simple, you need to join as many survey companies as you can. Check out this site for a list of legit survey sites based on payout: http://www.clicksurveys.net I am earning from $2500 to $3500 each month by completing surveys online. Good money for 1-2 hours of work each day.
by SHABAZZ - 14 hours ago
I don't know. They just contacted me through my e-mail. I Googled them and arrived at this site. I would like to work at home but am cautious as I do not want to be scammed. Guess I will go another route for work at home. Molly M. Priced
by ? - 14 hours ago
surveymonster.net does not ask for any cash or credit card. So I would say it's safe. I did receive survey and job offers in email sent by surveymonster.net I haven't had any issues with this site yet.
by Kathleen - 14 hours ago
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by Lane - 14 hours ago
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by Michz - 14 hours ago
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by CN - 14 hours ago
Surveys are going to take up a lot of time and very few are going to pay... doesn't matter whether you pay or not.... but I wouldn't pay because the surveys are no better and neither are your chances. ~from someone who has been there, tried that and never made a dime... ~jennifer Helping others create income from home through education of the system and how it really works.
by Jennifer F - 14 hours ago
I haven't heard of SurveyMonster. If they ask for any money, they aren't legit. There are some good survey companies out there, but it's not a lot of money. It's more like "fun money". If you're looking for a work from home JOB (not a home based business), there are lots of companies who hire for call center type positions. And don't listen to the nay-sayers who say work from home and telecommuting jobs are all scams or that there aren't real jobs. There are. You just have to know where to look and how to avoid the scams. Do NOT pay for a list of jobs or pay to get a job. There are a few of the legitimate companies that, after you have qualified for the job, ask you to pay for a background check if you will be handling sensitive information like credit cards. It's usually $20-$30 and from legitimate companies is a legit fee to pay. Other than that, there is no reason or need to pay anything if you just want a job. Some of the call center jobs, you are an independent contractor (IC) and some you are an employee. If you want to start a home based business, there will be fees involved and business expenses. There are many legit business opportunities out there in direct sales, multi-level and network marketing. There are great companies to work with, but having a business isn't for everyone. For info on jobs, you can check out this comparison chart from RatRaceRebellion.com - it shows a huge list of companies, their requirements, pay, where they are etc. http://www.ratracerebellion.com/CS_Comparison.html Also, check out the telecommuting forums at WAHM.com and WorkPlaceLikeHome.com
by eclecticwahm - 14 hours ago
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